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Chapter 9, Problem 7Q
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This chapter discusses the discounted dividend and corporate valuation models for valuing common stocks. Two alternative approaches, the P/E multiple and EVA approaches, were presented. Explain each approach and how you might use each one to value a common stock.

Summary Introduction

To explain: The P/E multiple and EVA approach and their use to value a common stock.

Introduction:

P/E Multiple: The term used for price/earnings multiple reflects the market price of a stock as the times of earnings per share of that company. It determines the investors’ willingness towards the current market price of the stock.

Economic Value Added (EVA): It is a measure to evaluate a company’s stock based on the economic value it has added at a specified time. It considers the opportunity costs of capital invested in the business and the net operating profit generated by the business.

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  • The P/E multiple is the basis to analyze the stock price with the earnings so that the appropriate value of a stock is computed...

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